The Missing Music 2 presents more ‘missing’ tracks that were not included on the 4 CD set that was released as a companion to the publication of Bradford’s Noise Of The Valleys Volume 1.
Most of the tracks are from singles and LPs that are now very rare and collectable for connoiseurs of Bradford music.
From the emotive folk sound of Jonathan Swift and Swan Arcade, to the 1970s melodic rock of Bradford legends Smokey, to ’80s indie and new wave artists Cameras In Cars and Radio 5, including the debut single from New Model Army, as well as heavy metal heroes Excalibur and John Verity, this CD captures more examples of the musical endeavours of Bradford born or based artists.
Also included are Bingley lad Rodney Bewes singing the theme tune from Whatever Happened To The Likely Lads?, Bradford’s Ade Edmondson and The Comic Strip’s spoof rock band Bad News, along with indie bands like The Invaders and Western Dance, and the single We’re Gonna Have A New World Champion by Midnight Hearse, from 1976, which told of the fight between Bradford’s Richard Dunn and the great Muhammed Ali.
1 Jonathon Swift - Lonely Trip
2 Swan Arcade - The Battle Of Sowerby Bridge
3 Roger Sutcliffe - Death Letter Came This Morning
4 Highley Likely - Whatever Happened To You
5 Smokey - A Day At The Mother-In-Law’s
6 Midnight Hearse - We’re Gonna Have A New World Champion
7 Welfare State - Come Away, Come Away
8 Middle 8 - Misadventure
9 The Invaders - Girl’s In Action
10 Cameras In Cars - Avoid A Void
11 Harsh Words - Busy Man
12 Edible Marquetry - Dust
13 Radio 5 - True Colours
14 New Model Army – Bittersweet
15 Hindle Pickets - Part Of The Union
16 Siren - Deceiving Lies
17 Excalibur - Come On And Rock
18 Western Dance - Scream Out
19 John Verity - Two Hearts Burning
20 Bad News - Bad News
£7.00 Regular Price